From the looks of the chart on the left, Dean is going to be a Cat 4 outside of Cuba in the Carribean, and then make landfall in Mexico and be a Cat 1. I am wondering if it is a possibility that when Dean becomes a Cat 1, when he goes out to the warm waters of the Gulf, could he strenghthen again and make a curve back to Florida? Or is he going to follow the path ridge of the air?
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